"You are a clan of two."
―The Armorer, to Din Djarin[1]

Clan Mudhorn was a Mandalorian clan formed in the New Republic Era. It was composed of Grogu, a Force-sensitive foundling, and bounty hunter Din Djarin, who served as its leader. The Mandalorian clan's signet was the skull of a mudhorn, which was bestowed upon them by the Armorer of the Tribe.[1] The signet's design was in reference to the mudhorn creature that Djarin and Grogu killed on Arvala-7.[1]


"You're like a father to him."
Ahsoka Tano describes the relationship between Din Djarin and Grogu[4]

Din Djarin and Grogu, the two members of Clan Mudhorn.

Clan Mudhorn was a Mandalorian clan[5] that was established during the New Republic Era. After discovering a creature of an unknown species named Grogu on Arvala-7, the Mandalorian Din Djarin, a bounty hunter, was seeking to take the bounty back to a client on Nevarro.[6] Before he could do so, however, he found his ship, the Razor Crest, taken apart by Jawas. After tracking down the Jawa Sandcrawler, he was offered his ship's parts in exchange for a mudhorn egg. After coming close to death at the hands of the mudhorn, Djarin was saved when Grogu used the Force.[7]

Later, in order to stop bounty hunters from the Bounty Hunters' Guild from capturing Grogu, Djarin, along with Greef Karga, Cara Dune, Kuiil, and IG-11, tracked down "The Client" on Nevarro. After a brief skirmish in the street, the group escaped into the sewer, where they found the Mandalorian Armorer. The Armorer, acknowledging that Djarin and Grogu were now a clan of two, crafted for them a mudhorn signet.[1]

After Grogu was captured by the Imperial Moff Gideon and his remnant forces, Djarin, Boba Fett, Dune, bounty hunter Fennec Shand and Mandalorians Bo-Katan Kryze and Koska Reeves attempted to rescue Grogu. After defeating Gideon, the group was almost captured by Dark Troopers but were rescued by Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. Following the rescue, Djarin gave Skywalker Grogu, in hopes that Grogu could be trained as a Jedi.[8]

Behind the scenes[]

The name "Clan Mudhorn" was first used in an article on StarWars.com advertising the release of the reference book The Star Wars Book,[9] but the name was not used in the book itself. In its section on Mandalorian clans, it only places the word "Mudhorn" under the Mudhorn signet.[10] The name was confirmed to be canon when it was later used in "Din Djarin and Other Bounty Hunters and Criminals", a 2021 issue of the Star Wars Encyclopedia.[5]



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